Britannia: The Failed State: Ethnic Conflict and the End of Roman Britain
by Stuart Laycock
ISBN: 0752446142 | 2008 | EPUB
| 256 pages | 7 MB
At its height a complex and wealthy state, by the end of the 4th and beginning of the 5th centuries Roman
Britain was at the point of collapse. It was soon replaced by Anglo-Saxon culture which migrated across the North Sea. This absorbing study explores the tensions and conflicts between the various tribal groupings that made up Roman
Britain and examines how tribal and political fragmentation could have contributed to its fall.